Scenes from the Local and Regional World of Art
Bank of Ocean City allows employees to participate in a casual day on the second and last Friday of each month. Participating employees contribute to a fund, which is matched by the bank 100 percent. Last month one of the days benefited Coastal Hospice and the proceeds totaled $360. Above, Maureen McNeill, left, director of… Read more »
Shore Bank recently delivered a check for $1,000 to the Delmarva Discovery Center. Brian Garrett, Executive Director, along with members of the center’s board accepted the donation, which was presented by Shore Bank’s Pocomoke branch staff and Advisory Board.
The Career Fire Fighter Paramedics Association of Ocean City, IAFF Local 4269 recently made a donation to the Stephen C. Calloway Memorial Scholarship. In order to keep Calloway’s dedication to Emergency Medical Services alive, his co-workers and friends at the Ocean Pines Fire Department started a scholarship fund in his name. Above, from left are IAFF Treasurer Michael… Read more »
The Ocean Pines Players recently awarded three $750 dramatic art scholarships to graduating seniors. The award winners were Chelsea Thaler, Worcester Prep, who will be attending American University in Washington, DC; Alex Stamnas, Stephen Decatur High, Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Va.; and Kyra Voulo, Stephen Decatur High, Towson University in Baltimore. They are pictured… Read more »
The Ocean City Marlin Club Auxiliary, represented by members Evelyn Angel, left, and Pat Nottingham recently donated $3,500 each to three local students. The recipients of the scholarships are, from left, Catelin Geiser who will be attending the University of North Carolina at Wilmington; Taylor Blazer, who will attend University of Richmond; and Josh Bargar, attending… Read more »
Sharon Lewis BETHESDA – On June 13, 2010, in Bethesda, Md., Sharon Lewis, 63, died surrounded by her family. She was treated for leukemia in 2006 and pursued her life vigorously despite its recurrence in 2009. Born in Washington, D.C., she graduated from Montgomery Blair High School in 1965. For 20 years, she worked at… Read more »
What Should I Do About Rising Taxes? Christine Selzer Special To The Dispatch OCEAN CITY – With income tax hikes imminent, among others potentially, a thoughtful plan can help you reduce your income tax burden and control more of your retirement savings. Here’s what you need to know. I hear income taxes may be going… Read more »